Global Health Neurology Program Events

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Countering Global Neurological Burden Will Take Advocacy, Training

Neurologists involved in global health programs calls for more advocacy and training in neurologic disorders in developing countries around the world.

Wanted: Nancy Snyderman reflects on Ebola and calls for commitment to science literacy

Two years ago, Ebola jumped from the jungle into West African cities and ultimately the United States. As a physician-journalist for ABC and NBC News, I had covered tough stories around the globe — from epidemics to wars and refugee camps. But nothing prepared me for the drama and sociopolitical fallout from Ebola. We had all been watching the devastation from this epidemic play out from a distance in print and on television. With each compelling story, Ebola became increasingly tragic and exotic, yet it was safely oh-so-far away.

Events & Conferences

Jul July 08 Mon 2019

Children on the Border: Taking Action

Department of Pediatrics Town Hall
Monday, July 8 at 5:30 pm
Li Ka Shing Center, Room 101/102

Questions? Please reach out to Lisa Chamberlain at  lchamberlain@stanford.edu

Aug August 26 Mon 2019

CIGH Research Methods Retreat

A two-day seminar for physician residents, fellows and medical students at Stanford’s School of Medicine, interested in developing research skills applicable to global health. Students and trainees increase knowledge on key issues in research proposal development, develop research interests into tractable research questions and acquire the tools to develop global health research proposals.

 August 26 and 29, 2019
8:00 am-5:30 pm